By: John Culbertson
Directed by: MonaLisa Botts
Produced by: Lou Clyde
Synopsis: The small town of Elroy, South Carolina is thrust into the evangelical spotlight when what seems to be the image of Jesus appears on a refrigerator in a trailer park. The discovery by Lou Ann Hightower, her husband Dwayne, and her best friend Betsy, sets into motion a frenzy of conflict, communion and good old fashioned commerce. When the National Investigator turns the appearance into front-page headlines, their trailer park becomes a Mecca for miracle seekers, soul searchers and disciples with a decidedly political agenda. At the urging of the towns business leaders, Betsy pretends to get messages from the appliance-based apparition, and the crowds multiply like loaves and fishes. Through the ordeal, the three undergo an evolution in their relationships with each other, and they are forced to come to grips with their lowly status in the caste system of the rural south. In a region where religion is as much a part of life as grits and cotton fields, God surely moves in mysterious ways.
by Doug Scott
Directed by: Jocelyn Sanders
Produced by: Tiffany Dinsmore
Synopsis: Doug Stone has set his play in 1968 during the heyday of Tupperware parties. Hostess Bonnie invites a group of neighbors over for a party. The guest list: perky, rich Jean, Jean's cranky and very pregnant sister Sinclair, ditzy-blonde Tracy Ann, and new neighbor Diane, who's made quite a career selling Tupperware, but at the expense of her marriage. The mix of personalities and the number of martinis consumed lead to a great deal of absurd high jinks plus revelations of an equal number of secrets and insecurities. "A Raucous Comedy!" - Associated Press "It makes its audiences loopy with giddiness." - theatremania.com
By: David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by: Glenn Farr
Produced by: Len Lesslie
Synopsis: Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day.
Book By: Kevin Del Aguila
Original Music & Lyrics By By:
George Noriega & Joel Someillan
Co-Directed by: Tiffany Dinsmore
Co-Directed by: Jessica Fichter
Produced by: Meesh Hays
Auditions: Adult (16 & up) auditions will be held at the Firehouse Theatre on Sat, May 20 and Sun, May 21 at 6 PM. There will be no accompanist, so bring a CD with which to sing, or be prepared to sing a capella.
All children roles will be cast at workshop auditions, which will be held May 30, 31 & June 1 from 6 - 8 PM each day. If you cannot be there, make sure to arrange with Tiffany Dinsmore or Jessica Fichter to audition beforehand.
Synopsis: Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto your stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar – A Musical Adventure follows all of your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar.
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